disposable income of household

disposable income of household
namų ūkio disponuojamosios pajamos statusas Aprobuotas sritis gyvenimo lygio statistika apibrėžtis Bendrosios namų ūkio pajamos atskaičius pajamų mokestį, nuolatinius turto mokesčius, darbuotojų, savarankiškai dirbančių asmenų ir bedarbių (jei taikoma) privalomojo socialinio draudimo įmokas ir reguliarius pervedimus kitiems namų ūkiams. atitikmenys: angl. disposable income of household; household disposable income vok. verfügbares Einkommen der Haushalte, n pranc. revenu de consommation des ménage ryšiai: susijęs terminasnamų ūkis susijęs terminasnamų ūkio vartojimo išlaidos šaltinis 2003 m. birželio 16 d. Europos Parlamento ir Tarybos reglamentas (EB) Nr. 1177/2003 dėl Bendrijos statistikos apie pajamas ir gyvenimo sąlygas

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